Do Dham Yatra Tour

Kedarnath Temple

Tour Overview

Embark on a transformative journey through the sacred landscapes of Uttarakhand. Starting from Delhi, we travel to Haridwar, where the ethereal Ganga Aarti ceremony at Harki Pauri leaves a lasting impression. Our path then leads to Guptakashi, a town steeped in legends and home to the revered Vishwanath Temple, echoing the divine presence of Lord Shiva. The adventure continues as we soar through the skies on a helicopter ride to Kedarnath, a shrine nestled amidst the mountains.

The ancient Kedarnath Temple, a marvel of architecture, beckons devotees seeking spiritual solace. Our journey unfolds further to Badrinath, a pinnacle of devotion and natural beauty, where the Badrinath Temple stands as a beacon of spirituality. En route, we encounter the confluences of sacred rivers and immerse ourselves in the holiness of Narsingh Temple and Adi Shankracharya Samadhi. As we make our way to Srinagar, the journey takes us through picturesque landscapes where the tranquil rivers bear testament to ancient myths.

At Rishikesh, we pay homage at Trayambakeshwar Temple, immerse in the spiritual energy of Parmarth Niketan Ashram, and witness the sacred Triveni Ghat. Our expedition concludes in Delhi, leaving us with hearts full of blessings and memories of a journey that rekindled our spirits and deepened our connection with the divine.

Destinations Covered

Haridwar: Haridwar, the gateway to spiritual exploration, captivates with its Ganga Aarti ceremony at Harki Pauri. The riverbank comes alive with shimmering oil lamps and heartfelt prayers, forging a connection with the divine as the Ganges flows past, cleansing the souls of pilgrims and travelers alike.

Guptakashi: Guptakashi, nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas, is steeped in ancient lore. This town houses the revered Vishwanath Temple, reminiscent of the one in Varanasi. Its mythical significance linked to the Pandavas and the tranquil atmosphere make it a haven for seekers of spirituality.

Kedarnath: Kedarnath, a shrine ensconced in the lap of the Himalayas, invokes reverence and awe. The Kedarnath Temple, etched in history, carries spiritual vibrations. Devotees brave the journey to seek solace in the presence of Lord Shiva amidst the breathtaking scenery of this sacred abode.

Badrinath: Badrinath, cradled by the Nar and Narayan mountain ranges, boasts the holiest of four shrines. The Badrinath Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, stands against the backdrop of the Neelkantha Peaks. The legends of the past merge with the spiritual devotion of the present, creating an atmosphere of sanctity.

Rishikesh: Rishikesh, the abode of yogis, invites introspection and rejuvenation. The town’s allure lies in its spiritual atmosphere and iconic landmarks like Trayambakeshwar Temple and Parmarth Niketan Ashram. The banks of the Ganges at Triveni Ghat resonate with the collective prayers of pilgrims.

This journey weaves a tapestry of divine exploration, where each destination represents a unique facet of spirituality, history, and natural beauty. From the sacred ghats of Haridwar to the quiet introspection in Guptakashi, the soaring heights of Kedarnath, the revered Badrinath Temple, and the serene embrace of Rishikesh, this pilgrimage is a passage to the heart of the divine.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01:  Delhi – Haridwar

We will drive from Delhi to Haridwar and check in at hotel, relax. In the evening visit Harki Pauri for Aarti ceremony of mother Ganges.

HaridwarReturn to hotel. An overnight stay.

Day 02: Haridwar– Guptakashi (260 Kms. Drive 08 – 09 Hrs)

Today we will start our journey to Guptakashi


Guptakashi, Gupta Kashi or Guptkashi is a fairly large town located at an elevation of 1,319 metres (4,327 ft) in the Kedar-khanda (‘khanda’ means “sector”), in Garhwal Himalayas of Rudraprayag district in Uttrakhand, India.

Vishwanath Temple UttarkashiIt is famous for the ancient Vishwanath Temple – dedicated to god Shiva – similar to the one in Varanasi (Kashi). The other famous temple here is dedicated to Ardhanareshvara (a half man half woman form of Shiva and Parvati). The name Guptakashi has legendary significance linked to the Pandavas, the heroes of the Hindu epic Mahabharata.

Afternoon visit to temple and dinner & stay overnight at hotel

Day 03: Guptkashi – Kedarnath – (Return by Helicopter)

After early breakfast leave by vehicle up to Helipad as per the reporting time, do boarding formalities & wait here for your time slot, on arrival at Kedarnath perform early Pooja & Darshan at Temple & come back to Helipad to take return flight to Guptkashi. Dinner & stay overnight at hotel.

Kedarnath Temple


The present temple built in 8th Century A.D. by Adi Guru Shankaracharya lies adjacent to the site of an ancient temple built by Pandavas. The temple has a conical lingam – the main idol, a statue of Nandi – the celestial bull, a ‘Garba Grah’ for worship and a man dap for assemblies of pilgrims and visitors. The temple is more than 1000 years old.

Guptakashi –  Badrinath(155 kms Drive/ 6 Hrs)

After Breakfast leave for Badrinath En-route visit Narsingh Temple, and Adi Shankracharya Samadhi at Joshimath, then drive to Badrinath and on arrival Pooja Darshan at Temple.

Vyas & Ganesh-Gufa

Later visit Vyas Cave, Ganesh Cave, Bhim Bridge & origin of River Saraswati at Mana village the last village before the Tibetan border, later go to temple for holy Darshan/Pooja & attend evening Arti. Dinner & stay overnight at hotel.

Badrinath Temple


Cradled in the twin Mountain ranges of Nar and Narayan is the holiest of the four main shrines – Badrinath along the left bank of river Alaknanda with the towering Neelkantha Peaks as the splendid backdrop. Once the spot was carpeted with ‘badris’ or wild berries and hence was famous as Badri van. Legend has it, when the Ganga was requested to descend to earth to help suffering humanity; the earth was unable to withstand the force of its descent. Therefore, the mighty Ganga was split into 12 holy channels. Alaknanda was one of them that later became the abode of Lord Vishnu or Badrinath.

Day 04: Badrinath – Srinagar (190 kms / 07-08hrs)

Morning Maha abhishek Pooja/ Darshan. After breakfast drive to Srinagar en-route visiting Vishnuprayag, Karnprayag, Nandprayag & Rudraprayag. Later drive to Srinagar.  Dinner & stay overnight at hotel.

Day 05: Srinagar – Rishikesh – Dehradun  (175 kms / 05 Hrs)

After breakfast proceed to Delhi Via Rishikesh.

Laxman Jhula

Arrive and visit to Trayambakeshwar Temple, on the east bank of the Ganges at Lakshman Jhula Bridge, is 13 stories high, and Bharat Mandir is situated in the heart of the old town on the banks of the Ganges. The Inner sanctum of the temple has the idol of Lord Vishnu, carved out of a single Saligram. Parmarth Niketan – One of the few Ashrams left in India where Kids get the Veda Education.

Parmarth Ashram Rishikesh

After lunch visit to Triveni Ghat- a most revered sacred bathing spot in Rishikesh and is situated on the banks of Ganges River.

Delhi Arrival by 8:00 PM. Drop at Home/Hotel/Airport.

End of Tour

Yatra Complete with Blessings & Unforgettable memories!

FAQs about the Tour

Q1: What is the Ganga Aarti ceremony in Haridwar?
A1: The Ganga Aarti is a sacred ritual held at Haridwar’s Harki Pauri. Devotees gather at the riverbank to offer prayers and witness the mesmerizing ceremony where oil lamps are floated on the Ganges, symbolizing the devotion to the divine.

Q2: What is the significance of Guptakashi?
A2: Guptakashi holds spiritual significance due to the revered Vishwanath Temple, reminiscent of the one in Varanasi. It’s also associated with ancient legends, making it a tranquil haven for seekers of spiritual solace.

Q3: How do I reach Kedarnath on this tour?
A3: You’ll have a unique experience reaching Kedarnath by helicopter. This journey provides an opportunity to perform early Pooja and Darshan at the Kedarnath Temple, which is situated amidst the stunning Himalayan landscape.

Q4: Can you tell me about the Kedarnath Temple’s history?
A4: The Kedarnath Temple was built in the 8th century A.D. adjacent to the site of an ancient temple constructed by the Pandavas. It holds a conical lingam as the main idol and is a significant pilgrimage site for Lord Shiva devotees.

Q5: What makes Badrinath special?
A5: Badrinath, nestled between Nar and Narayan mountain ranges, is revered as one of the holiest of the four main shrines. The Badrinath Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is set against the backdrop of the majestic Neelkantha Peaks, making it a spiritual and visual marvel.

Q6: What can I explore in Rishikesh?
A6: Rishikesh, known as the Yoga Capital of the World, offers a serene atmosphere for introspection. The Trayambakeshwar Temple, Parmarth Niketan Ashram, and the sacred Triveni Ghat are some of the prominent attractions reflecting Rishikesh’s spiritual essence.

Q7: How is this tour suitable for spiritual seekers?
A7: This tour encompasses destinations of immense spiritual significance, including ancient temples, revered shrines, and sites associated with Hindu mythology. It provides ample opportunities for devotion, introspection, and connection with the divine.

Q8: Are there scenic attractions included in the tour?
A8: Absolutely, the tour offers stunning natural landscapes as you travel through the Garhwal Himalayas. The serene rivers, confluences, and the breathtaking Himalayan backdrop add to the visual beauty of the journey.

Q9: What is the significance of the confluences visited en route?
A9: The confluences of rivers like Vishnuprayag, Karnprayag, Nandprayag, and Rudraprayag hold deep spiritual significance in Hindu mythology. These sites offer a unique opportunity to witness the sacred merging of rivers.

Q10: How does this tour provide a holistic spiritual experience?
A10: This tour takes you through revered temples, historic sites, and picturesque locations, creating a journey that intertwines devotion, mythology, natural beauty, and tranquility. It offers a comprehensive spiritual experience that touches both the heart and soul.

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Char Dham Yatra Tour

Char Dham Yatra

Tour Overview

Embark on a spiritual journey through the heart of the Himalayas with our meticulously crafted tour. Starting in Delhi, we’ll drive to Haridwar, where you’ll witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti ceremony at Harki Pauri. The adventure continues as we proceed to Barkot, a gateway to Yamunotri, offering breathtaking views of the Bandarpunch Peaks. Trek to the sacred Yamunotri Temple, where the divine waters of Yamuna flow, and make a heartfelt offering at the Divya Shila.

Uttarkashi beckons next, where the revered Vishwanath Temple awaits your presence. The journey unfolds as you travel to Gangotri, where the holy Ganges originates, and then proceed to Guptkashi, your launching point for an awe-inspiring helicopter ride to the sacred Kedarnath Temple. Experience the blessings of Badrinath Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, before moving on to Rudraprayag, home to therapeutic hot springs and significant religious sites.

As we return to Haridwar via Rishikesh’s iconic landmarks, your transformative pilgrimage comes to an end, leaving you with cherished memories and a deeper spiritual connection.

Char Dham Yatra Route Map

Destinations Covered

Haridwar: Haridwar, the “Gateway to the Gods,” marks the commencement of your spiritual odyssey. Nestled on the banks of the holy Ganges, this ancient city is renowned for its vibrant Ganga Aarti at Harki Pauri, a mesmerizing spectacle that invokes a sense of deep reverence and connection with the divine.

Barkot: Barkot, an idyllic haven nestled amidst nature’s beauty, offers a tranquil respite. Situated en route to Yamunotri, this serene destination provides a picturesque view of the Bandarpunch Peaks. Its calm ambiance and proximity to Yamunotri make it a perfect base for pilgrims.

Yamunotri: The pristine Yamunotri Temple, nestled in the lap of the majestic Himalayas, is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna. The trek to the temple, surrounded by lush greenery, culminates in a spiritual experience at the holy shrine. The Divya Shila, a venerated rock pillar, adds to the sanctity of this sacred place.

Uttarkashi: Uttarkashi, known as the “Kashi of the North,” exudes a spiritual aura. The Vishwanath Temple, a revered abode of Lord Shiva, is a center of devotion and tranquility. Its serene surroundings and intricate architecture inspire introspection and devotion.

Gangotri: Gangotri, the birthplace of the Ganges River, holds a unique significance in Hindu mythology. The Gangotri Temple, dedicated to Goddess Ganga, is perched amidst stunning landscapes. This spiritual sanctuary is not only a place of worship but also an opportunity to bask in the beauty of the Himalayas.

Guptkashi: Guptkashi, with its serene ambiance, prepares you for the awe-inspiring journey to Kedarnath. It serves as a pivotal point for the helicopter ride to Kedarnath, offering a chance to witness the pristine beauty of the mountains from above.

Kedarnath: Kedarnath, nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, is home to the sacred Kedarnath Temple. This ancient abode of Lord Shiva carries immense spiritual significance and is reached either by a trek or a helicopter ride. The temple’s tranquil surroundings and ancient architecture create an atmosphere of devotion and reverence.

Badrinath: Badrinath, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is a sanctuary of serenity and spirituality. The Badrinath Temple, a hallmark of faith and architecture, stands amidst breathtaking vistas. Engage in the Aarti ceremony and absorb the sense of devotion and peace that envelops this divine realm.

Rudraprayag: Rudraprayag is blessed with soothing hot springs and enchanting natural beauty. This destination resonates with spiritual vibes and offers the chance to explore significant sites like Narad Kund and Vyas & Ganesh Gufa, deeply woven into the fabric of Hindu mythology.

Rishikesh: En route to Haridwar, Rishikesh invites you to connect with your inner self. Known as the “Yoga Capital of the World,” Rishikesh offers a serene backdrop for reflection and rejuvenation. Explore the iconic Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula suspended bridges, and immerse yourself in the peaceful ambiance of Triveni Ghat.

Each destination on this sacred tour offers a unique opportunity to deepen your spiritual connection, bask in the splendor of the Himalayas, and immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of India’s divine heritage.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01:  Delhi – Haridwar


We will drive from Delhi to Haridwar and check in at hotel, relax. In the evening visit Harki Pauri for Aarti ceremony of mother Ganges. Return to hotel. An overnight stay.

Day 02: Haridwar – Barkot (180/06 -7 hrs)

After breakfast leave to Barkot. Check in at camp. An overnight stay.

BarkotBarkot is an ideal destination to stay for pilgrims of Shri Yamunotri, It is situated 45 Kms before Yamunotri temple, from where panoramic views of the Bandarpunch Peaks can be seen.

Day 03: Barkot – Yamunotri – Barkot – (36kms drive & 6kms Trek one side)

Early morning after breakfast, drive to Janki chatti, start trek to Yamunotri 6 kms. You have an option to either walk or hire Pony or by Doli at your own cost.
After taking bath in Surya Kund (hot spring) visit Yamunotri temple “Darshan” and Pooja of pious “Yamunaji” at Divya Shila.

Return to can an overnight stay.

Yamunotri Temple

Yamunotri Temple – Situated at 3290 meters above ocean level. The Yamunotri Dham is the first hallowed destination of the Chardham Yatra. This Dham is committed to Goddess Yamuna, who regarded be as a daughter of the Sun God, Surya Dev. According to the mythological stories and convictions, the Yamunotri Dham was an isolation of a sage Asti Muni. For the duration of his life, the Asti Muni every day showered in both Ganges and Yamuna. Be that as it may, in his old age he didn’t have the enough energy to reach Gangotri, yet his great deeds paid off and a flood of Ganges showed up inverse to Yamunotri for him. This fanciful story adds to the otherworldly worth of the Dham.

Divya Shila: A rock pillar, worshipped before entering the Yamunotri Temple.

Day 04: Barkot – Uttarkashi (155kms/06-7hrs)

Vishwanath Temple Uttarkashi

This morning after breakfast, check out from hotel and drive to Uttarkashi. On arrive check-in at the hotel. Later visit Vishwanath Temple. An overnight stay.

Day 05: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Uttarkashi (100kms/03hrs one side)

After breakfast, we proceed to Gangotri en route enjoy picturesque Harsil valley, Bhagirathi River and the most magnificent view of the Himalayas. Reach at temple Darshan and perform pooja. Thereafter we drive back to hotel. Night stay.


Gangotri – As per The Hindu mythology, Goddess Ganga – the daughter of Lord Brahma , showed herself as a waterway to acquit the transgressions of King Bhagirath’s forerunners, taking after his extreme retribution of a few centuries, and Lord Shiva got her into his tangled locks to minimize the gigantic effect of her fall. She came to be called Bhagirathi at her incredible source. Along the right back of Bhagirathi stands the sanctum of Gangotri devoted to the Goddess. Roosted at a stature of 3042 meters (10,000 ft), it was developed in the mid 18th century by a Gorkha Commander, Amar Singh Thapa.

Day 06: Uttarkashi – Guptkashi (220kms/09hrs)

UttarkashiAfter breakfast, check out from hotel and drive to Guptkashi reach and check in. An overnight stay.

Day 07: Guptakashi – Kedarnath – Guptakashi by helicopter

Early morning at 6:30 report to helipad. After performing pooja and Darshan, fly down. Reach and later you will be transfer to hotel. Night stay.

Kedarnath Temple

Kedarnath Temple The 1000 years old temple with a carved exterior is located in a courtyard protected by Nandi bull. This spot has great significance in the legendary Mahabharata epic. Inside the main sanctum is one of the 12 naturally formed ‘Jotrilingas’ of India. The temple has carved shapes of the Pandavas, and Lord Shiva.

Day 08: Guptkashi – Badrinath (250kms/08-9hrs)

Badrinath Temple

After breakfast, check out from hotel and drive to Badrinath. On arrive check – in at hotel.

Evening: Visit at Badrinath temple for Aarti ceremony.

Badrinath temple – It’s so great to take in the way that this sacrosanct destination which is being dedicated to Lord Vishnu has been committed to humankind. The area where Lord Vishnu pondered under a Badri tree for thousand unremitting years and taught us a definitive method for welfare of humankind is exceptional on the planet. Today, this temple is considered as one of the holiest Hindu temples and is additionally one of the 108 Divya Desams, sacred holy places for Vaishnavites.

Day 09: Badrinath – Rudraprayag (160 Kms / 06 Hrs)
After bath in the Taptkund visit & Darshan of Badrivishal. Brahamakamal is significant for Pinddan Shraddh of ancestors (Pitrus). There are other interesting sightseeing spot like Mana, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Bhimkund and the “Mukh” of the Saraswati River. Just within the three kms of Badrinathjee. Later drive to Rudraprayag. On arrive check –in at hotel and night stay.


Tapt-Kund Just beneath the Shree Badrinath Ji temple lies the Tapt Kund hot sulfur spring that has a high therapeutic worth. It is a freshwater pool with the washing region of 16.1/2 feet by 14.1/4 feet. Despite the fact that the typical temperature of the spring is 55°c, the temperature of water continues expanding continuously amid the day. A dunk in Tapt Kund is viewed as a decent restorative cure for skin illnesses.

Narad Kund is arranged close Tapt Kund. It is accepted that the Badrinath icon was acquired from this kund. Narad Kund boiling hot water spring is situated under the Garur Shila and holds a therapeutic worth. Fans take a plunge in this kund before entering the Badrinath sanctuary for Darshan of Lord Badrinath.

Vyas & Ganesh-Gufa cavern is situated in the Mana Village alongside numerous different caverns. It is accepted that in this cavern Ved Vyas directed his acclaimed epic of Mahabharat to Ganesh and accordingly it has been named Vyas Gufa. There is an icon of Ved Vyas indicated composition the granth (epic book) inside this hole.

Beginning Source of Saraswati River – Manibhadrapur which is known as Mana village, the beginning source of river Saraswati. Bhimpul (bridge) according to myth it is build by Bhima during period of the Mahabharata.

Day 10: Rudraprayag – Haridwar (165 Kms /06 hrs)

After having breakfast we drive towards Haridwar via Rishikesh Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula (suspended bridge), Triveni ghat etc.

Laxman Jhula

Check in at hotel. An overnight stay.

Day 11: Departure

Today you will continue our journey towards Delhi.

Delhi Arrival by 2:00 PM. Drop at Home/Hotel/Airport.

End of Tour

Yatra Complete with Blessings & Unforgettable memories!

FAQs about the Tour

Question: What is the significance of the Ganga Aarti ceremony in Haridwar?
Answer: The Ganga Aarti ceremony in Haridwar is a deeply spiritual ritual where devotees gather on the banks of the Ganges River to offer prayers and witness the mesmerizing Aarti (worship with light) performed with oil lamps. It’s believed to purify the soul and create a connection with the divine.

Question: How does Barkot serve as an ideal destination for pilgrims?
Answer: Barkot, located on the way to Yamunotri, offers a serene and picturesque setting, making it a perfect base for pilgrims. Its proximity to Yamunotri Temple and panoramic views of the Bandarpunch Peaks create an environment of spiritual tranquility.

Question: What is the significance of Yamunotri Temple?
Answer: The Yamunotri Temple is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna, and it marks the origin of the Yamuna River. The temple’s serene surroundings, natural hot spring (Surya Kund), and the Divya Shila rock pillar contribute to its spiritual significance.

Question: What attractions does Uttarkashi offer?
Answer: Uttarkashi is known for the revered Vishwanath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Its tranquil ambiance and intricate architecture make it a place of devotion and reflection.

Question: How is the journey to Gangotri significant for pilgrims?
Answer: The journey to Gangotri takes you to the source of the Ganges River. The Gangotri Temple, dedicated to Goddess Ganga, provides not only a chance for devotion but also an opportunity to immerse in the breathtaking Himalayan landscape.

Question: What role does Guptkashi play in the tour?
Answer: Guptkashi serves as a departure point for a helicopter ride to the sacred Kedarnath Temple, enhancing the convenience and experience of visiting this important pilgrimage site.

Question: Why is Kedarnath Temple revered among pilgrims?
Answer: Kedarnath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, holds immense spiritual significance. The temple’s ancient architecture, surrounded by the Himalayas, provides a deeply spiritual environment for devotees.

Question: What makes Badrinath Temple special?
Answer: Badrinath Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is considered one of the holiest Hindu temples. The temple’s location amidst the Himalayas and its role in religious myths make it a cherished place of devotion.

Question: What can be explored in Rudraprayag?
Answer: Rudraprayag offers therapeutic hot springs and notable sites like Narad Kund and Vyas & Ganesh Gufa. These sites are integral to Hindu mythology and add to the spiritual experience.

Question: How does Rishikesh contribute to the tour’s spiritual journey?
Answer: Rishikesh, known as the “Yoga Capital of the World,” provides an opportunity for introspection and rejuvenation. The iconic Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula, and Triveni Ghat enhance the spiritual ambiance of the journey.

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